Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock continues to struggle answering questions about the sudden resignation of Lt. Gov. Angela McLean on November 30 to take job with the Commissioner of Higher Education.
Two liberal Missoula activist groups hosted a panel that included representatives from major media outlets and Commissioner of Political Practices Jonathan Motl for a discussion of the newly passed Disclose Act and its role in providing more campaign finance disclosure.
The fallout of election 2014 had not settled before Montana Democratic Gov. Steve Bullock announced an agreement between his administration and the three major state employee unions on a pay increase that covers the 2015-2016 biennium.
MEA-MFT President Eric Feaver is urging members of the state’s largest teacher’s union to vote in Republican state legislative primaries to ensure the election the most liberal Republicans in a number heavily Republican districts.
Montana Taxpayers will pay $50,000-$60,000 a year for an “Affordable Care Act Program Specialist.” The job is posted by the Montana Department of Health and Human Services (DPPHS), and the new hire will direct the expansion of Medicaid under Obamacare.
Montana’s top campaign cop has taken it upon himself to decide what campaign services are worth. So far, his rulings have been completely arbitrary and without basis.
Media Trackers compiled a list of the 13 smallest Montana towns with populations greater than the number of enrollees in the state.
U.S. Sen. Max Baucus levels more criticism at Obamacare as sign-up numbers for the Montana exchange remain unknown.
One Montana insurance executive says only 30 Montanans have signed up for health coverage so far through the state’s federally-run insurance exchange.
Hilltop Public Solutions has been hired to run Montana Lt. Gov. John Walsh’s campaign for U.S. Senate.